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Oct 10, 2012 4:00am PDT
owner dennis [speaker not understood]. i want to take you back to 1954 for just a moment. on the screen we have the lot that exists or basically the site plan as it is today back in 1954. it should be showing a red box. the entire lot along fillmore street was one cingular lot. the beautifully historic home sitting at 2300 vallejo built in 1899 was the only home on the lot and the rear portion of the lot represented by the big yellow box there was the yard. in 1955 the city allowed a two unit apartment building to be constructed in the rear yard. effectively dramatically increasing the density on the site and eliminating every square foot of open space. so, in a lot of ways this case is about open space. what we are proposing here and working our way through the system here is to deal with planning code section 317, deal with the affordable issues the mayor talked about in second and restore a significant amount of really usable open space to these three units that have essentially no open space at all. so, now fast forward to 2005 when my client dennis purchased this home. you're going
SFGTV2
Oct 3, 2012 9:00pm PDT
by dennis kelly, president of united educators. >> good afternoon, appreciate being able to be here. as we've already discussed, the governor signed a budget last night and he did have some line item veto that's affected childcare as well as different pieces of the education budget. in our whole city and school are hurting, talked about this. don't need to go into it any further. but i did want to bring up a few recent spending proposals with the city. there's a current proposal for $750,000 to parks for new gardeners. which is great. these proposals are what we need. they've also approved six training academies for police and fire. again, really needed. something we haven't met in our city charter. these are good things. the point in bringing these up, with these type of things it's easy to see the immediate impact of the investment. you can see safer streets. can you immediately see no graffiti in parks. with education, we're always go to have some who rise to the top and able to succeed despite the funding we put in front of them and there are lots who are not. and i think in our
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